This Museum holds the collection of maritime artefacts collected from throughout the Indonesian archipelago from Sumatra to Papua. It has traditional and modern boats with all the necessary gear and equipments, the different kinds of underwater life available, the large variety of fish, Indonesia’s maritime heroes, a collection on the history of the Indonesian Navy, and the KPM shipping between Batavia-Amsterdam.

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Museums & Landmarks
North Jakarta
(62-21) 6693406
Jl. Pasar Ikan No.1, Penjaringan, North Jakarta

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